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  1. The 1998 National League Championship Series (NLCS), to determine the champion of Major League Baseball's National League, was played from October 7 to 14 between the East Division champion Atlanta Braves and the West Division champion San Diego Padres.

  2. The 1998 National League Division Series (NLDS), the opening round of the 1998 National League playoffs, began on Tuesday, September 29, and ended on Sunday, October 4, with the champions of the three NL divisions—along with a "wild card" team—participating in two best-of-five series.

  3. The National League Championship Series ( NLCS ), also known as the National League Pennant, is a best-of-seven playoff and one of two League Championship Series comprising the penultimate round of Major League Baseball 's (MLB) postseason. It is contested by the winners of the two National League (NL) Division Series.

  4. San Diego Padres beat Atlanta Braves (3-2). Oct 7, 1998, Attendance: 42117, Time of Game: 3:27. Visit for the complete box score, play-by-play, and win probability

  5. 6 de set. de 2022 · 1998. Yankees defeat Padres. 4-0. 1998 World Series recap. WATCH: 1998 World Series highlights. El Duque's '98 postseason among best by a rookie. Brosius stars with unlikely two-HR Gm 3. Tino's slam among greatest moments at old Stadium. Postseason format reconfigured in '98.

  6. NL Division Series (3-1) Padres (NLW) over Astros (NLC) NL Division Series (3-0) Braves (NLE) over Cubs (WC) NL Championship Series (4-2) Padres over Braves. World Series (4-0) Yankees over Padres. AL Championship Series (4-2) Yankees over Indians. AL Division Series (3-0) Yankees (ALE) over Rangers (ALW) AL Division Series (3-1) Indians (ALC ...

  7. The 1998 San Diego Padres season was the 30th season in franchise history. The Padres won the National League championship and advanced to the World Series for the second time in franchise history. San Diego featured five All-Stars: pitchers Andy Ashby, Kevin Brown, and Trevor Hoffman, and outfielders Tony Gwynn and Greg Vaughn.